Monthly Archives: February 2009

Meet the Composer: Mandy Fang, April 28

On April 28, New College will host a discussion with composer Fang Man as part of its Meet the Composer collaboration with the Hermitage Artist Retreat. Born in China, Fang Man –Mandy Fang is the Americanized version of her name–

Meet the Composer: Mandy Fang, April 28

On April 28, New College will host a discussion with composer Fang Man as part of its Meet the Composer collaboration with the Hermitage Artist Retreat. Born in China, Fang Man –Mandy Fang is the Americanized version of her name–

Meet the Composer: Wang Jie, March 17

On March 17, New College will host a discussion with composer Wang Jie as part of its Meet the Composer collaboration with the Hermitage Artist Retreat. Jie is at the forefront of a new wave of Asian composers. Born and

Meet the Composer: Wang Jie, March 17

On March 17, New College will host a discussion with composer Wang Jie as part of its Meet the Composer collaboration with the Hermitage Artist Retreat. Jie is at the forefront of a new wave of Asian composers. Born and

Landscape Master Plan Charrette, March 6

New College of Florida announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited. In accordance with the College’s Amended Campus Master Plan adopted last June, the College has engaged the services of a landscape architecture planning and urban design

Landscape Master Plan Charrette, March 6

New College of Florida announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited. In accordance with the College’s Amended Campus Master Plan adopted last June, the College has engaged the services of a landscape architecture planning and urban design

New College Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Meg Lowman Published in Science Magazine

(February 27, 2009) – New College Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Meg Lowman had her article “ECOLOGY: A National Ecological Network for Research and Education” published in the February 27, 2009 issue of Science. The article is the culmination

New College Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Meg Lowman Published in Science Magazine

(February 27, 2009) – New College Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Meg Lowman had her article “ECOLOGY: A National Ecological Network for Research and Education” published in the February 27, 2009 issue of Science. The article is the culmination

New College of Florida Professor David Rohrbacher Receives Excellence in Collegiate Teaching Award from American Philological Association

(February 27, 2009) – The American Philological Association (APA) has presented New College of Florida Associate Professor of Classics David Rohrbacher with its Award for Excellence in Collegiate Teaching. Founded in 1869 by professors, friends, and patrons of linguistic science,

New College of Florida Professor David Rohrbacher Receives Excellence in Collegiate Teaching Award from American Philological Association

(February 27, 2009) – The American Philological Association (APA) has presented New College of Florida Associate Professor of Classics David Rohrbacher with its Award for Excellence in Collegiate Teaching. Founded in 1869 by professors, friends, and patrons of linguistic science,

New College to Host Third Annual Ivy League College Fair on Saturday, February 28

On Saturday, February 28, from 2-4 pm, New College of Florida will host the Third Annual Ivy League College Fair in the Harry Sudakoff Conference Center on campus. This invitation-only event is expected to draw more than 100 of the

New College to Host Third Annual Ivy League College Fair on Saturday, February 28

On Saturday, February 28, from 2-4 pm, New College of Florida will host the Third Annual Ivy League College Fair in the Harry Sudakoff Conference Center on campus. This invitation-only event is expected to draw more than 100 of the

WOOD-FLUTE PLAYER MICHAEL BRANT DEMARIA TELLS INDI…

Outlet: Nestor

MICHAEL BRANT DEMARIA Siyotanka is an ancient American Indian legend that explains the origin of the Native American courting flute. It is a coming-of-age story, a boy’s vision quest to find his personal “soul song” and become a man, and an allegoric

WOOD-FLUTE PLAYER MICHAEL BRANT DEMARIA TELLS INDI…

Outlet: Nestor

MICHAEL BRANT DEMARIA Siyotanka is an ancient American Indian legend that explains the origin of the Native American courting flute. It is a coming-of-age story, a boy’s vision quest to find his personal “soul song” and become a man, and an allegoric

Selby Public Library hosts St. Pete Times environmental reporters Craig Pittman and Matthew Waite

On April 30, the Friends of the Selby Public Library will host authors and St. Pete Times environmental reporters Craig Pittman and Matthew Waite to discuss their 2009 book PAVING PARADISE; Florida’s vanishing wetlands and the failure of no net

Selby Public Library hosts St. Pete Times environmental reporters Craig Pittman and Matthew Waite

On April 30, the Friends of the Selby Public Library will host authors and St. Pete Times environmental reporters Craig Pittman and Matthew Waite to discuss their 2009 book PAVING PARADISE; Florida’s vanishing wetlands and the failure of no net

Orchestra and bands delight at 'Crossroads'

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

, a collaboration between the Sarasota Orchestra and students at New College of Florida, will present two concerts this weekend. At 8 p.m. Friday, tuba player Jay Hunsberger and bassist John Miller will join three New College student bands, Tyger Bea

Orchestra and bands delight at 'Crossroads'

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

, a collaboration between the Sarasota Orchestra and students at New College of Florida, will present two concerts this weekend. At 8 p.m. Friday, tuba player Jay Hunsberger and bassist John Miller will join three New College student bands, Tyger Bea

FACU Higher Education Planning for the Long-Term

Outlet: Gainesville Sun – Online, The

As Florida’s leaders tackle unprecedented budgetary problems, considerable attention has been directed toward surviving the short-term. Public disagreements about the use of various reserves and trusts, federal bail-out funds, and other non-recurring

FACU Higher Education Planning for the Long-Term

Outlet: Gainesville Sun – Online, The

As Florida’s leaders tackle unprecedented budgetary problems, considerable attention has been directed toward surviving the short-term. Public disagreements about the use of various reserves and trusts, federal bail-out funds, and other non-recurring